Egbert Benson (6/21/1746 - 8/24/1833)

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Egbert Benson (June 21, 1746 New York City – August 24, 1833 Jamaica, Queens County, New York) was a lawyer, jurist, politician from Upper Red Hook, New York, and a Founding Father of the United States who represented New York in the Continental Congress, Annapolis Convention, and the United States House of Representatives, and who served as a member of the New York State constitutional convention in 1788 which ratified the United States Constitution. He also served as the first Attorney General of the State of New York, Chief Justice of the New York Supreme Court, and as a judge and Chief Judge on the United States Circuit Court for the Second Circuit.[2][3][4]

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Full Title Author Volume Date Out Date In Rep. Fine Ledger
Transcribed: Defence of the Am. ConstitutionJohn AdamsVolume 38/19/17898/28/1789Self
Transcribed: Millots HistoryVolume 111/23/178912/14/1789
Transcribed: " conVolume 112/14/17891/4/1790
Transcribed: Homes SketchesLord Henry Home KamesVolume 11/4/17901/27/1790
Transcribed: Beatties EssaysJames BeattieVolume 11/27/17902/22/179010p
Transcribed: " conJames BeattieVolume 12/22/17903/1/1790
Transcribed: "James BeattieVolume 23/1/17903/29/1790
Transcribed: Montaignes EssaysVolume 14/16/17905/7/1790
Transcribed: Gregorys ViewJohn Gregory5/7/17905/19/1790
Transcribed: Burke's WorksVolume 15/16/18005/28/1800
Transcribed: Gibbon's RomeEdward GibbonVolume 15/28/18006/4/1800
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 26/4/18007/9/1800
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 37/9/18007/30/1800
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 47/30/18008/13/1800
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 511/19/18001/7/1801" 1/ 1/
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 61/7/18012/11/1801
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 72/11/18013/4/1801
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 83/4/18013/31/1801
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 93/31/18013/31/1801
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 94/10/18014/30/1801
Transcribed: "Edward GibbonVolume 106/11/18016/18/1801
Transcribed: CatalogueNew York Society Library7/24/18011/6
Transcribed: New York MagVolume 17898/18/18018/18/1801Price
Transcribed: State PapersFrancis Maseres12/9/180112/29/1801
Transcribed: Annual Reg 6Robert DodsleyVolume 176412/9/180112/29/1801
Transcribed: Pursuits LiteratThomas James Mathias1/26/18021/30/1802
Transcribed: Life ErasmusSamuel Knight2/4/18022/20/1802
Transcribed: Annual RegisterRobert DodsleyVolume 17793/5/18023/16/1802
Transcribed: Hudsons JosephusVolume 13/6/18024/1/1802
Transcribed: Memoirs del AccadVolume 544/22/18025/1/1802
Transcribed: British TheatreJohn BellVolume 15/11/18025/27/1802
Transcribed: "John BellVolume 25/27/18026/3/1802
Transcribed: "John BellVolume 36/3/18026/24/1802
Transcribed: Anti-JacobinVolume 26/24/18027/6/1802
Transcribed: Watsons Philip IIRobert WatsonVolume 18/28/180210/9/1802
Transcribed: Watsons Philip IIRobert WatsonVolume 28/28/180210/9/1802
Transcribed: Bissetts Life BurkeRobert BissetVolume 19/7/18023/17/1803
Transcribed: Bissetts Life BurkeRobert BissetVolume 29/7/18023/17/1803
Transcribed: Watsons Philip IIRobert WatsonVolume 110/9/180210/18/1802
Transcribed: Watsons Philip IIRobert WatsonVolume 210/9/180210/18/1802
Transcribed: Literary LeisureHewson ClarkeVolume 12/18/18033/15/1803
Transcribed: Anti-JacobinVolume 23/15/18033/15/1803
Transcribed: Journal New York AsNew York (Colony)Volume 13/16/18033/16/1803
Transcribed: Johnsons PrefacesSamuel JohnsonVolume 14/11/18034/16/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 798/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 808/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 818/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 828/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 838/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 848/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 858/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 868/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 788/2/18038/4/1803
Transcribed: Washingtons Epistles8/5/18038/13/1803
Transcribed: " Van ScheyckWilliam Livingston2/1/18042/2/1804
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 17952/1/18042/2/1804
Transcribed: Smollets M WorksTobias SmollettVolume 53/6/18044/27/18043/
Transcribed: Mirabeau's SpeechesHonoré-Gabriel de Riquetti Mirabeau2/19/18052/21/1805
Transcribed: Bruces Travels (ab)James Bruce2/22/18053/1/1805
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 17883/8/18053/24/1805
Transcribed: Laws New YorkWilliam LivingstonVolume 17783/8/18053/24/1805
Transcribed: Lavater PhysJohann Caspar LavaterVolume 15/21/18056/1/1805
Transcribed: Edwards W IndiesBryan EdwardsVolume 16/1/18056/11/1805
Transcribed: "Bryan EdwardsVolume 26/11/18056/25/1805
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 26/29/18057/13/1805
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 16/29/18057/13/1805
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 36/29/18057/13/1805
Transcribed: Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes SaavedraVolume 46/29/18057/13/1805
Transcribed: Gordon's HistoryWilliam GordonVolume 27/15/18057/16/1805
Transcribed: Rollin's A HistCharles RollinVolume 111/15/180511/27/1805
Transcribed: Vision of ColumbusJoel Barlow11/26/1805
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